Data Models A major retail company has hired your team as database specialists to determine the data model — relational, object-oriented, or multidimensional — best suited for its applications. The….
Open a new VI and place a While Loop on the block diagram by going to FunctionsProgrammingStructures.
(a) Open a new VI and place a While Loop on the block diagram by going to FunctionsProgrammingStructures.
(b) Within the While Loop, place the Simulate Signal Express VI on the block diagram by navigating to FunctionsProgrammingExpressInput. The Configuration Window will open in LabVIEW by default, but if it does not, double-click on the Simulate Signal Express VI to view it.
(c) In the Configuration Window, alter the Signal Type (i.e., Sine, Square, Triangle, Sawtooth, DC) and the additional inputs associated with the signal (i.e., Frequency, Amplitude, Phase, etc.). Notice that the Result Preview graph changes according to these controls.
(d) Add noise to the signal by adding a check mark to the box Add noise and view how the various types of noise affect the signal.
(e) Feel free to experiment with the other options in the Configuration Window to create the simulated signal of your choice. Press the OK button to return to the block diagram of your VI.
(f) Right-click on the signal output of your Simulate Signal Express VI and select CreateGraph Indicator. Wire a Boolean data source (such as a button) to the Conditional Terminal of the While Loop.
(g) Run the VI and confirm that the signal that you configured in the Simulate Signal Express VI matches the signal displayed on the front panel of your VI.
(h) Stop the VI and go back to the Configuration Window to make changes to the simulated signal in order to observe other types of signals that can be generated